from the Circuit Court for Putnam County, Howard O. McGillin,
Maldonado, of The Maldonado Law Firm, P.A., Lakeland, for
Moody, Attorney General, Tallahassee, and Kristen L.
Davenport, Assistant Attorney General, Daytona Beach, for
and WALLIS, JJ., concur.
J., concurs, in part, and dissents, in part, with opinion.
LAMBERT, J., concurring, in part, and dissenting, in part.
Pursuant to a plea agreement, William Charles Ketela, Jr.,
was adjudicated guilty of being a principal to the
manufacture of methamphetamine and was sentenced by the trial
court to serve eighteen months in prison, with appropriate
jail credit awarded. Ketela appealed, and in the instant
appeal, his court-appointed counsel filed what is commonly
referred to as an Anders  Brief, representing to
this court that after a careful review of the record on
appeal and the relevant statutes and case law, he could find
no meritorious argument to warrant reversal. I concur with
the judgment and sentence imposed, albeit with one exception.
the plea colloquy, the trial court advised Ketela as follows:
The court is required to assess certain fees and
costs as part of the sentence, including $100 cost of
investigation. If you wish to, you can have a hearing on
whether that $100 amount is correct or you can accept the
$100 amount. Do you want to waive the hearing and have me
adjudicate the $100 cost of investigation amount?
agreed to "accept" the $100 charge, and the trial
court imposed the $100 investigative costs against Ketela and
in favor ...